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. >> all right general jack keane thank you so much for your advice. as you heard the general mention we can protect our own soil hawaii alaska west coast of our country against a possible strike. the u.s. military says it has done that. it successfully launched a new missile that intercepts a rocket that did it on a test from the california coast. the missile defense agency says the ground base interceptor launched yesterday afternoon and executed a series of preplan maneuvers when it went up in space. it appears all of the components of this missile performed as designed will use test results to try to improve our nation's ballistic missile defense system to potentially guard against any threat including one that comes from north korea. >> good to know that's going on for us. refugee crisis rockettes scrambling to take care of tens of thousands of folks crossing the border from war corn syria. massive numbers of new arrivals causing shelter and food shortages in the camps. it's a really serious problem in the middle of a brutal winter. the iraqi government saying it wasn't prepared for
in general jack keane, former vice chief of staff for the army and a fox military analyst. thanks for joining us. >> glad to be here, patti ann. patti ann: this u.s. and niger signed a status of forces agreement, and that is considered the first step, but it is so far not approved by the pentagon, the white house or knewier, but -- niger. what would this mean? >> well, this is pretty senate. they've actually been working on this for some time, almost a year. but i think it's put on fast forward as a result of the mali operation that the french have been involved in. right now the french have no intelligence, reconnaissance and surveillance capability. in other words, they have helicopters, and they have some fighters, but they have no way to be able to see what the enemy's doing and to be able to see it over a period of time. this will give them that capability. where this space will be located in niger is just, it's very close to the operations area in northern mali. it's actually closer to the operations area in northern mali than the capital of mali is to it. so it'll be very senate milita
? obviously concerned about the growth of al qaeda in the world. general jack keane joins us next on that next. oh! progress-oh! -oh! -oh! oh! oh! ♪ wh do you know? oh! ♪ bacon? -oh! -oh! oh! [ female announcer ] with 40 delicious progresso soups at 100 calories or less, there are plenty of reasons people are saying "progress-oh!" share your story for a chance to win a progress-oh! makeover in hollywood. go to facebook.com/progresso to enter. did you know wh heartburn, it's tolate to take prilosec because... but it's but zantac® works differently. it relieves heartburn in as little as 30 minutes. in fact, so, when heartburn strikes, try zantac® this has been medifacts for zantac® martha: boy, take a look at this. a woman trapped between a cinder block wall and a building. she fell there about three hours ago according to reports. look at this picture. let's show this to everybody at home. this came in from a stringer on the scene. maybe we can take it full to get a better look on right-hand side of the screen. oh,. bill: oh my. martha: this is woman who slid, eyewitness said she had her
consulate in libya. she is here next hour along with general jack keane. we'll discuss all of that with two outstanding guests coming up. martha: onto this story now because reaction is pouring in today to lance armstrong's explosive interview with oprah winfrey he finally admitted after years of denials and of blaming others and calling others liars that he did indeed use performance-enhancing drugs throughout his career and they were quote, just part of the job. casey stiegel is live outside livestrong headquarters in, texas this morning. casey, he said some pretty powerful stuff and put a lot of questions to rest last night. >> reporter: yeah, martha, he did and i don't know about you but i think the most powerful part of the interview when right off the top when oprah asked him a series of simple yes or no questions. she asked things like have you used banned substances? did you blood dope? did you use drugs like testosterone, human growth hormone and did you do it when you were competing in all seven tourp today france races and armstrong answered yes to every single one of those quest
responsibility for that attack. general jack keane is a retired four-star general the former vice chief of staff of the army and a fox news military analyst. i want to talk about our men and women overseas in afghanistan right now today. we talk about the war almost like it's past tense already and they are fighting there. wha there. what does the head aeu year lo ahead look like for them. >> some are assisting the afghan forces and they know this war is winding down. our soldiers and our troops, it is absolutely amazing the resilient see they have displayed these ten-plus years. they know it's not a popular war at home. they have been determined from the out set and are as determined today that there is a definite connection with stability and security in afghanistan and stability and security at home in the united states. they always make that connection and they are making that today. i'm actually convinced until they actually walk out of there they will give it everything they can. jenna: are doe doing enough to support them? >> the vietnam comparison has some accuracy. we are a war weary na
confirmation process. what challenges will the new national security team face. general jack keane ace former four-star general and fox news military analyst. how are you doing, general, and good morning to you. >> good morning, bill. bill: some of the controversy stems from republicans and democrats who don't like hagel's record on israel. with regard to brennan sue apparently he supported enhanced interrogation techniques during the bush years. so that will be a focus during this. when you look at the world this is an entirely dove your national security team, with john kerry, possibly, john brennan and chuck hagel that i just mentioned. what do you believe, or what do you list as the greatest challenge facing this in national security now, general. >> first of all we have a war we are finishing in afghanistan. there are a couple of key decisions that the national security team will be advising the president on. one will be what is the size and scope of the force we'll leave behind and will we leave behind a force and not do what we did in iraq which is remove the force entirely. two, how m
for themselves. martha: more about that in a little while with jack keane and kt mcfarland. for now there are new threats against the u.s. homeland from nuclear-armed north korea. the rogue regime rolling out plans to conduct some more military tests with a warhead they claim is capable of reaching the united states. steve centanni is live on this for us in washington this morning. so what are they saying about this exactly, steve? >> reporter: well, martha, the north koreans are promising there will be a another test in defiance of the latest united nations resolution and it will be a nuclear test of a higher level according to the korean government. the north last month successfully launched a satellite that put it into orbit. it was a test of technology that could one day deliver a nuclear warhead capable of hitting targets as far as away as the u.s. north korea's top governing the body, the national defense commission, warned today of another test coming of a higher level they say. and their declaration in part says a new phase of the anti-u.s. struggle that has lasted century after century w
to assimilate and succeed. what about all this? general jack keane is fox news military analyst, former army vice chief of staff. you were on the other day with us making an argument with kt mcfarland that you were against this idea in the first place. this man apparently agrees with you. what do you think of his statement? >> well, i sort of agree with him. he is on active duty. let's put it that way. i think he is absolutely spot on. i admire making public statements. the pressure in the pentagon is absolutely to bring women into our direct combat units and to find ways to make it happen and make sure the standards are, are going to compliment that, et cetera, et cetera. listen, let's make this very clear because there is misunderstanding. our woman have been in harm's way. they have been attacked, ambushed, their vehicles have been blown up. they have been in firefights and they performed very well. what general amos is talking about and what i have been talking about is direct ground combat, which is offensive attack to close with the enemy under fire and to do it day in, and day out. th
for the killing of our ambassador and three other americans. that raised the question discussed by general jack keane and charles krauthamer. we'll talk to ambassador john bolton. we'll get his take. he will join us later in "america's newsroom.". >>> now to a story that is rocking the sports world. a story that is so bizarre that we are all talking about it. still trying to put the pieces of this together. it all started in september with reports that star notre dame football player, manti te'o's grandmother and girlfriend tragically, supposedly had died within hours of each other. just a couple of days later, he went onto the play the game of his life. he made national headlines for his courage in the face of so much heartache. he gave multiple interviews like this one. >> why me? why them? why all in one day? this is six hours ago i just found out my grandma passed away. you take, you know, the love of my life. it's a lot of questions and, it was a very dark time. martha: boy, he tugged at so many heartstrings across the country with this story. he went on to become a heisman trophy finalist
unreported during this same time frame. i spoke to general jack keane about this yesterday. there are many listed in this report including four specifically. we reported on them right here on fox news right after the attack. those happening between may 22nd to june 18th. but still nothing was done. in fact, we heard people come forward from the administration after the attack and claiming a lack of actionable excellence. i remember that -- intelligence. i remember that term was used. why does it take this report to determine this? and this is another quote from the report: the absence of specific intelligence about an immeant attack -- imminent attack should not have prevented the department of state from taking more effective steps. it seems like that would be a given. >> well, it should be. but, you know, defense says we didn't hear of an attack that was pending within the next 24 hours. that shouldn't be standard. if you look at the deteriorating security environment in libya and in the middle east more generally, that's the flashing red signal that more should have been done. i mean, m
in combat, this recognition of what already exists or is it a bad idea? jack keane and kt mcfar land, great duo for that story coming up. the match.com stabbing case. a woman says that the match maker is really to blame and smoking, what you didn't know about quitting. bill and i will see you soon at the top of the hour [ male announcer ] everyday thousands of people are oosing advil®. my name is taho and i'm a fish guy. it's a labor of love. it's a lot of labor and it's a lot of love. i don't need to go to the gym. my job is my workout. you're shoveling ice all day long. it's rough on the back. it's rough on the shoulders. i get muscle aches all over. advil® is great. pain and soreness is just out of the picture. [ male announcer ] make the switch. take action. take advil®. and for sinus congestion, now you can get advil® combined with a proven decongestant. breathe easier with advil® congestion relief. >> alisyn: let's look outside our studio. it's 15 degrees here in new york city. it's a lot colder in other parts of the country. so we want to help you stay warm and fight off the col
, tony keane and jack basso for extraordinary service over many, many years to improving transportation, to improving all that has gone on in transportation for a long period of time. will you help me thank them for their great, great work that they have done? [applause] for a long time. and i want to thank trb for encouraging young people. all the young people that are here. the future is very bright. the future is bright in transportation. there will be many opportunities, and i know that you enjoyed your lunch and i hope that just rubbing elbows and talking to people in transportation will encourage you for the opportunities that lie ahead for you. and they would not really be available without great leadership on trb's behalf for you, but thank you all for being here but more importantly to trb thank you for encouraging young people. when president obama first asked me to do this job we had a lot of work ahead of us. we were facing the greatest economic crisis in over a generation and our infrastructure was in desperate need of repair but president obama had a vision. a vision of an
sense at the state level. >> brown: governor jack markell of delaware, thanks so much. >> thank you. woodruff: we had expected to be joined now by david keane president of the national rifle association. but there's been a mix-up in getting him to our studios. we will have that interview soon. >> brown: in the meantime online we feature young voices in the gun control debate. high schoolers from our student reporting labs and their solutions for making schools safe from gun violence. >> brown: next, to a remarkable turnaround in the nation's most populous state. last week, california governor jerry brown proclaimed his state's huge budget deficit had disappeared. but some politicians in the golden state are skeptical. newshour correspondent spencer michels sat down with brown in san francisco. his report is a co-production with our colleagues at kqed-san francisco, and begins with some background on the fiscal troubles and the budget fix. >> reporter: california's sorry financial state and cuts made to health and welfare programs have prompted nearly nonstop demonstrations at the st
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